If you are a frequent internet surfer and perhaps, a very good observer, you may have come across images of two or more pictures joined together.
Have you always wondered how they were done? I am sure you thought there’s a particular software(s) used in doing that.
There is software(s) used in doing that on a computer and there is app(s) used in doing that on mobile devices as well. But then, why having to download a particular software or app when same can be achieved online?
Photojoiner.net is one of the best online website i have always used in joining multiple pictures together and downloading them with ease.
On the post where I talked on the Infinix zero 2 full android review, I used photojoiner in joining two pictures together. See one of the joined images below:
Unlike most online tools that may give you a hard time in downloading the images or adding a watermark, photojoiner is very easy to use and download from and there will be no added watermark in the images.
How Do I Use PhotoJoiner?
It’s simple. Visit www.photojoiner.net, click on select photos and choose the images from your computer storage memory. When done merging all of the images you’d like to merge, tap on Join Photos (located at the right side of the page).
Without wasting time, the images will be joined together. Right click on the image and choose to save image as…
There you have it. Joining images online using the photojoiner website tool is very easy than having to download software(s).
Although the website has over the years been changed, it may not always be for a good cause. For starters, the new intuitive design feels difficult to work with. Especially on older computers. I have seen the site crash a few computer browsers with low specs. For this reason, I would advise you stick to the old design if you just want to merge images.
The new design brings a lot of features to aid you with the merging. This includes adding curved edges, spacing and a lot of features. If your computer can handle that, Great! If otherwise, stick to the traditional merging. Which is, adding two images together without exactly having to do any other form of customization or anything of sort.
The result may look old school, it still works. Readers ain’t exactly interested in how the images look. Just make the content clear, easy to read and that should be all that’s needed. Except you care so much, about design. Or, designs in general.
Hope this comes in handy.